Publish date: November 1st 1996
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
Series: Jack Ryan (#8)
Given my current country of residence's complete incompetence and the news that my native land is trying to be the world leader in everything including incompetence, I needed to escape to a world where real problems are met and dealt with by leaders with integrity and the skills to think through iss...
4 stars from when I was 36, and 2.5 stars now that I'm older.Starting with Red Storm Rising (1986), I used to buy every new Clancy novel in hardcover the day it came out. Back then, I was all about the storytelling, and when Clancy was on his game, there wasn't anybody better. He created an entirely...
Executive Orders follows in the series of what was easily the worst Jack Ryan novel written, so my expectations were a bit tempered prior to reading this novel. After a suicide plane bomber (from Japan no less) kills off two thirds of the US government, Jack Ryan is the president by default. Now he ...
at over 1200 pages it should count as 2 books!!!!Considering this book was written in 1998 its a bit spooky considering 9/11 etc
President Ryan deserved a much better book, Tom Clancy. Not one of the better "Ryanverse" novels, I think this is the one that got me to stop reading Clancy.